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ABIA: TIMAAS Launches Operation Rekindle Discipline 2



The Abia State Traffic And Indiscipline Management Agency (TIMAAS) has initiated Operation Rekindled Discipline II, which aims to decongest the roads and eliminate all forms of illegal parking and encroachment.

Mr. Bright Ikeokwu, the General Manager, lamented the amount of indiscipline displayed by some motorists, particularly drivers of luxury buses and trucks along Milverton/Ojike highway, at the unveiling on Wednesday.

The TIMAAS chief urged residents and road users to follow all traffic rules, noting that the restrictions were put in place for their protection. He reaffirmed the Agency's commitment to rekindling discipline and maintaining road user safety.

The Chairman of the Association of Luxury Bus Owners of Nigeria (ALBON) and his Executive members who were present at the ceremony, for their part, vowed to make the required improvements when they moved to their permanent location.

Milverton, Aba main park, Ojike lane, Park Road, and Mosque Road, all in Aba, were among the venues where the event took place.

Meanwhile, in another development, residents and some road users expressed satisfaction with the level of enforcement by TIMAAS officers along Park road Aba, where traders illegally occupied for several months.

A road user, who wished to remain anonymous, complimented TIMAAS on a job well done.

"This place is looking a lot better now. It was formerly difficult to gain entry, but cars may now drive effortlessly and without difficulty ", he declared

TIMAAS's boss also promised to collaborate with ministries and other necessary authorities to ensure that the ONE-WAY DRIVEWAY project is fully implemented.


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